On Wednesday, St. Louis area developer Paul McKee presented plans for another development for his long-awaited NorthSide Regeneration Project.
The $20 million development, which will break ground in July, will include a fresh food market and gasoline station. Before then, McKee said, the St. Louis Board of Aldermen must approve the tax-increment financing ordinance for the project.
But local residents who live in the area aren’t impressed with McKee’s plan. Many say it’s just another promise to try to persuade the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to relocate to McKee’s 1,500-acre site.
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